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Robin Riley makes plans for buildings and towns


Robin Riley has been helping his clients make places special as an architect and urban designer in the United States from 1973 to 1986 and in New Zealand from 1986 to 2004. He now has offices in Pass Christian, Mississippi.

In New Orleans, Robin Riley was the architect and urban designer for Louis Armstrong Park , a 31 acre downtown entertainment centre developed by the City of New Orleans under two mayors. Mr Riley also prepared the original plans and helped administer the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition —where he was the architect for the Egyptian Exhibit and the Historic New Orleans Collection City of New Orleans Exhibit.

In New Zealand, Robin Riley’s work includes the production of concept plans for various town centers and a number of neighborhoods in the North Island of New Zealand. Mr Riley prepared the concept plan for Gulf Harbour and had lead responsibility for the architecture and urban design of the Gulf Harbour Marine Village and the residential development concepts associated with Gulf Harbour’s golf course.

In the United States, Robin Riley developed concepts for the Wal-Mart Village, the Veterans Administration Hospital site (Centennial Plaza) in Gulfport and the downtown of Pass Christian.

Robin Riley Associates’ work has been published in Progressive Architecture, the Journal of the American Institute of Architects, “A Guide to New Orleans Architecture”, Architecture New Zealand , “Between Coasts From Kaipara to Kawau” and the AARP Bulletin.


104 Wisteria Drive Pass Christian, Mississippi 39571  

Telephone 228-332-1461  Email

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